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PSG Agree Mammoth €180 Million Deal With Monaco For Kylian Mbappe
11 August 2017, 11:46 | Edward Lowe
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The 18-year-old wonderkid's move means he is set to play alongside record-breaker Neymar and Edison Cavani in one of the most exciting front lines in world football.
According to The Independent, PSG are intending to put forward "the type of financial package that proves too good to turn down", with an offer of £80m to Arsenal and a wages worth £400,000 a week to the player himself.
PSG are now hoping their £360m front line can help them dominate Ligue 1 and the Champions League.
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Against the Swiss franc EURCHF=EBS, it fared slightly better and was broadly flat on the day at 1.1319 francs per euro. USA crude CLc1 shed 12 cents to $49.05 a barrel, while Brent crude LCOc1 fell 18 cents a barrel at $51.96 a barrel.
Following four successive Ligue 1 title victories, PSG were left with a bitter taste following Monaco's success previous year, and boss Unai Emery has been backed with a staggeringly large transfer budget to wrestle the crown back.
After allaying fears that Emery's system is not suited to his style, L'Equipe - who confirm the agreement between Mbappe and PSG - say the French starlet was further won over by the capture of Neymar, who he is desperate to play alongside next season.
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Lam stated "We're thrilled to have an individual of his enormous quality and experience to add to our ranks". The newspaper says Piutau's contract is worth $1.8 million year.